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Win Or Lose

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  3. Definition of win or lose.: whether one succeeds or fails Win or lose, we'll give it our best effort.
  4. Wine or Lose Board Game Cafe was the first of its kind in Sonoma County. We featured wine country comfort food, with a vast library of board games. We strived to create a new type of restaurant experience with a space that was for gathering and sharing fun board games with friends and family.
  5. Jul 04,  · Code Gladiators WIN or LOSE A new fighting game has become popular. There are N number of villains with each having some strength. There are N players in the game with each having some energy. The energy is used to kill the villains.
  6. A lose-lose situation or outcome is one in which both parties will sustain a loss, or a situation in which either outcome will constitute a loss to a person in question. In a lose-lose situation there is no way to win. The term lose-lose is patterned after the expression win-win.
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